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March 9, 2010

Like "voting" matters, A lesson learned from Drew Carey & Bret Butler

Remember that the producers & network executives will always have the final say. Reality shows aren't what they seem to be.   So don't waste your time voting. The network uses those voting numbers to throw at their advertisers.  I haven't read the small prints for DWTS, but I bet it's something along the lines of, "while votes from viewers are taken into consideration, producers & network executives have the right to change the outcome if they deemed the votes to be in error".  Or something along those lines.

'Last Comic Standing 2' judges cry foul, call Top 10 selection process "crooked and dishonest"

Drew Carey and Brett Butler, two of the celebrity judges for last month's Las Vegas semifinals competition that determined the Top 10 contestants who will be competing on this summer's Last Comic Standing 2, are calling the selection process "crooked and dishonest" and noting that they "had NOTHING to do with" the selected finalists.

Butler, who joined Carey, Anthony Clark, and first-season finalist Tess Drake on the judging panel, agreed with Carey's remarks. In a posting on her website last week, Butler stated that "as panel judges, we can say that (a) we were both surprised and disappointed at the results and (b) we had NOTHING to do with them."

In response, NBC released a statement noting that while the judges' opinion in the rounds leading to the semifinals are taken into account, the final decision is made by the show's producers and NBC executives -- a point that also appeared in the fine print of the show's first season rules, but a distinction that Carey insists "misled" the judges as to the "nature of their roles."

"The casting decisions were made by NBC and NBC Studios in consultation with talent scouts and we appreciate their valuable input," NBC said in a statement. "Now that the 10 participants have been selected, the program will begin. As was the case last season, during the show, the comic elimination decisions will now be made by audiences who watch the comics perform without any input from NBC, NBC Studios or anyone else associated with the program."

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itsaboutthekids said... [Reply]

Is there anything about reality TV that ISN'T crooked?